Ayto — Oxford Dictionary of Modern Slang, 2005 год


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Oxford Dictionary of Modern Slang - Ayto

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— Over 5,000 slang words and phrases
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— Full information for each entry-definitions, origins, and the date of the first use in print
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From ambulance chaser to zoot suit , this is the most authoritative and up-to-date dictionary of twentieth-century slang. Drawing on the resources of the Oxford English Dictionary , and packed with illustrative quotations from John Lennon to Woody Allen, it is a comprehensive and entertaining collection of over 5,000 slang words and phrases. Providing full details of origins and dates of first printed use, the text contains expressions from around the English-speaking world such as dork and cockamamie (America) and giggle-house and Jimmy Woodser (Australia).

ISBN: 9780198610526
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